mom-hugging-teen-sonYep, you heard me. Hug ‘em—especially the queer ones.

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Special thanks to Jill Laster, this week’s guest blogger on Feminism from Grassroots to Full Bloom. Jill agreed to share her thoughts on this critical issue.

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If you are the kind of person who lives under a pop culture rock, you may still be hearing about the movie Les Miserables from friends, family, coworkers, and commentators. This post IS NOT a spoiler, because I haven’t seen it yet.

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One of the most exciting things about Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) is all of the local events and happenings that honor the occasion.

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So I’ve been defining feminism for our movement, recently focusing on how feminists are moving toward their goal. Let’s take a look at part two of hooks’ definition by talking about what “end” really means. A coworker recently told me, “I’m just tired of it.

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Woman-applying-makeup-mirror-imageA comment thread on the NSVRC Facebook page got me thinking. This isn’t new…our Facebook community is always making me think. Smart folks!

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Many voices one movement speech bubbleI’m beyond excited about this year’s National Sexual Assault Conference.

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rainbow over cloudsI had the distinct pleasure and privilege to see Maya Angelou speak at a local event last year. It is, to-date, the only time that I have been 100% captivated by a speaker.

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I have a dearly beloved, inspiring, mischievous coworker who loves to get me fired up by sending links to articles with subject headings like, “something else for you to blog about.” In case you haven’t met him, watch out for the NSVRC Rural Projects Specialist, because he’ll inevitably brighten your day and make you work harder to end sexual violence all at the same time.

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Ok, that wasn’t so bad. Let’s say it again. “My body is beautiful.”

“I love and appreciate my body.”

“I thank my body for strength, courage, and protection.”

“I am grateful for the good food that nourishes my body and fuels my life, love, and work.”

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